Liverpool have allegedly set Divock Origi’s asking price at £14 million amid speculation of an exit for the Belgian striker before the end of the summer transfer market.

While Origi played a crucial role in the Reds’ Champions League triumph in 2019, the star has remained as a fringe member of Jurgen Klopp’s squad.

Although the German tactician still values having the 25-year-old forward at Anfield, it appears that the Merseyside heavyweights are open to a sale.

According to Turkish journalist Ekrem Konur, Divock will be allowed to leave Liverpool for a sum in the region of £14m.

Konur states that Fenerbahce are currently ahead of Fulham, Newcastle United, Brighton & Hove Albion and Aston Villa in the race for the former Lille ace’s signature.

The Premier League champions may be prepared to think about a loan agreement, providing that it includes a mandatory option to buy next year.

Elsewhere, Liverpool are keen on Borussia Monchengladbach and Switzerland midfielder Denis Zakaria, reports say.

Any move is likely to wait until next year, however, when the 23-year-old is likely to be allowed to depart the Bundesliga club.

Deployed most often as a defensive midfielder, the Reds have tracked the progress of the Gladbach man and could make a move next summer.

A sum of around £45 million has been touted as enough to land the Swiss star, although, with a current contract that runs out in 2022, the Reds’ chief negotiators will be keen to chip away at that figure.